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In the Spring 1998, the group opened for *NSYNC and by this time were signed to BMG/Logic Records in the U. They were labeled as the "bad boys of pop" and cited The Beastie Boys and New Edition as influences.
They released two singles "Sex U Up (The Way You Like It)" and "Can't Have You" with original member Brian Gillis, who left the group frustrated with the direction of the group and lack of success.
Cronin also formed a rap duo with Doug Ray (formerly of Bad Ronald) called Loose Cannons. Cronin's final song "It Only Gets Better" was recorded in 2009 after the LFO reunion tour.
It was released shortly after his death from a stroke on September 8, 2010.
His brother Mike Cronin was a manager for the pop group O-Town.
Harold "Devin" Lima was added to the group to replace Brian Gillis six months before the hit "Summer Girls" was released.
Hewitt's fourth and most recent studio album to date Bare Naked (2002) was released by Jive Records and became her first album to chart in the United States, peaking at number 37 on the Billboard 200 chart.
He subsequently started the Rich Cronin Hope Foundation for Leukemia to raise awareness.
In Summer 2010, Cronin suffered a relapse, and he was treated at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital in Boston.
Cronin was the founding member of the pop group LFO.
The group started in Germany on BMG in 1997 with member Brian Gillis, aka "Brizz".